If you’re an avid art-fiend and a great appreciator of art, then chances are you might have come across photographer José Ferreira somewhere online recently. If you haven’t, then take our hand, and let us follow Ferreira into Southern Mozambique into the heart of the nation’s capitol, Maputo, to the Huléne dumpsite where scores of families, homeless, and the displaced struggle just to find a way to live.
Originally hailing from Lisboa, Portugal, Ferreira travels into the Huléne dumpsite to document the conditions in which people are forced to live in, as most First-World Nations continue to live in comfort completely unaware of how our ignorant complacency contributes to suffering of underdeveloped Third-World nations and their people.
We still stand strong with our EK declaration and promise to the people. Are you down?
“This is not the color of my faith, this is the sad truth that stubbornly disfigures civil society and the condition of man.”